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Kimberley Chambers was nominated in New Zealand for the Halberg Awards as its Sportswoman of the Year.
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The 53rd Halberg Awards is New Zealand’s pre-eminent event to recognize, honor and celebrate sporting excellence and raise funds for the Halberg Disability Sport Foundation.
The Awards is broadcast live on Sky TV each February and is an opportunity to engage in discussion and debate about who is most deserving of New Zealand’s most prestigious sporting accolade – the Halberg Award. It is a recognition of athletes from New Zealand achieving excellence on the world stage.
Which is exactly what Chambers is known for.
She is nominated for the High Performance Sport New Zealand Sportswoman of the Year together with Avalon Biddle (motorcycling), Janina Kuzma (skiing), Lauren Boyle (swimming), Linda Villumsen (cycling), Lisa Carrington (canoeing), Lydia Ko (golf), Rachel Priest (cricket), Sarah Walker (BMX), and Zoe McBride (rowing).
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